Today’s World Wednesday program of From the Library features music of central and south Asia, including Tuvan throat singing by the group Ay-Kherel, founded by master throat-singer Vladimir Serenovich Soyan; Tibetan chanting by the Gyuto Monks; and classical Karnatic singing
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World Wednesday: Central and South Asia

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by Otenth Paderborn on Wednesday, 28 May, 2008

Today’s World Wednesday program of From the Library features music of central and south Asia, including Tuvan throat singing by the group Ay-Kherel, founded by master throat-singer Vladimir Serenovich Soyan; Tibetan chanting by the Gyuto Monks; and classical Karnatic singing by the Priya Sisters.

From the Library is produced by Radio Riel in conjunction with the Caledon Library in Second Life. Today’s program was produced by Otenth Paderborn.

For more information on the Caledon Library, current exhibits and the work of Second Life reference libraries in general, please visit the Caledon Library Web site, or one of their locations in-world.

You can listen now at http://music.radioriel.org — the ideal URL for you to use in your home parcel media address in-world — or simply visit any Caledon Library branch in-world and press Play on your embedded music player. (If you want to listen off-world, eg in Winamp or iTunes, and the above address doesn’t work for you, click here.)

Hindu Ganesh with Om © Joshua Hagen/istockphoto.com

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